Canada Investor Education

How should the Canada Investor Ed voter community divide funding among these blogs/websites?

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CSA Urged to Act Against Use of Internal Ombudsmen: Leo Almazora of Wealth Professional reports on a letter written by Ken Kivenko of Kenmar Associates to the Canadian Securities Administrators on internal ombudsmen at the banks, particularly their level of independence and transparency. The letter in particular takes issue with the “two-step” pro...
Recent No-Contest Settlements by the Ontario Securities Commission: Anita Anand, Andrew Green and Matthew Alexander write in the Globe and Mail about the recent no-contest settlements by the Ontario Securities Commission and whether these are in the public interest: (i) given the lack of transparency over the facts; (ii) the impact on the law’s development and (i...
Final 2017-2018 OSC Statement of Priorities: The Ontario Securities Commission has published the final version of its Statement of Priorities for 2017-2018. FAIR Canada is pleased to see the OSC’s continued commitment to investor protection issues in the Notice to the Statement of Priorities, including (i) work to define and  introduce a re...

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Investor Ottawa Ontario Canada Canada

This proposed voter community is for funding websites that educate Canadian retail investors in all investments, including stocks, mutual funds, bank accounts. money market funds etc.

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